Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Penn's Table: Good Eatin!

Are you looking for a delicious, economical meal in suburban Philadelphia?
May I recommend Penn's Table at 200 West Gay St. in West Chester.
This cozy, personal, old-fashioned eatery serves wonderful breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks at prices you won't believe. And the food is always plentiful and tasty.
Plus, it's all served up right smack in the middle of an All-American Small Town that will positively charm you.
The wonderful two eggs and home fries breakfast is $3.45. A tasty cheese omelet is $5.25. Try a BLT sandwich for lunch (with chips and pickle) for $4.65. Add fries for a buck. Add a small salad for $2.25.
How about a cheese steak for $5.75 or a burger for $4.15 or a Texas Tommy for $3.65? Homemade soups start at $2.75 for a cup and coffee is only a buck.
Hot sandwiches and salads are also available.
For dessert, try the Coke ice cream float for $2.99.
Dinner is served Thursday, Friday and Saturday till 9 PM.
You'll love the cozy atmosphere and nostalgic counter service at this place. And you can choose outdoor dining as well.
And while you're there, check out West Chester's many other shops and eateries!

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